NewsFeed’s Feifei Sun rounds up the brilliant and bizarre from this week in fashion.
Usher’s got his eye on Pippa. The R&B star wants the younger Middleton to model his lingerie line. “I don’t think there’s a more beautiful, more stunning, more talked-about woman in the world at the moment,” he said. Well played, Usher. Flattery will get ’em every time. [AOL]
Speaking of the Middletons. Sarah Burton just presented her resort 2012 collection for Alexander McQueen, which we’re hoping Kate will wear on her upcoming North American tour. Personally, we’d love to see her in this number. [Style]
Have a drink with that dress. A Dutch fashion designer has created a frock that dispenses milk and cocktails, but only if you play Truth or Dare. [Gizmodo]
Can’t wait for the new season of Mad Men? In the meantime, Banana Republic’s Mad Men line will arrive in stores this August. The debut of the 65-piece collection, inspired by the AMC drama, was supposed to coincide with the new season, which has been pushed back until next year. [NYT]
Little (Photo)Shop of Horrors. At its annual meeting this week, the American Medical Association adopted a new policy that encourages advertisers to pare down its photo retouching in ads “that could promote unrealistic expectations of appropriate body image” among teens. Better late than never. [AMA]